Alaska: Cryptogamic botany

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Page 149 - Reconnaissances in the Cape Nome and Norton Bay regions, Alaska, in 1900,
Page vii - ... descriptive of my researches in Cambrian Geology and Paleontology. Harriman Alaska Expedition. — Arrangements are being made by which the publication of the series of volumes on the results of the Harriman scientific expedition to Alaska in 1899 will be transferred to the Smithsonian Institution and the work will hereafter be known as the Harriman Alaska series of the Smithsonian Institution. The remainder of the edition of the 11 volumes privately printed, as well as volumes in preparation,...
Page 368 - ... Resolution, St. Thomas. THUIDIUM CYMBIFOLIUM (Dz. & Mk.) Br. Jav. Shaded banks, St. Thomas. DENDROPOGON RUFESCENS Schimp., a Mexican species, has been credited to St. Thomas in Paris, Index, and accepted by Brotherus, but we have seen no specimens. HEPATICAE OF ST. CROIX, ST. JAN, ST. THOMAS AND TORTOLA6 In the Synopsis Hepaticarum of Gottsche, Lindenberg and Nees von Esenbeck, published in 1844-47, three species of Hepaticae are listed from St. Croix, one from St. Jan, and one from St. Thomas....
Page viii - Vol. V: Cryptogamic Botany. By J. Cardot, Clara E. Cummings, Alexander W. Evans, CH Peck, PA^ Saccardo, De Alton Saunders, I. Theriot and William Trelease.
Page 160 - Microcystis marginata which formed a slimy coating on a perpendicular cliff over which water •was trickling. Juneau (75).
Page 195 - ... in the sublittoral zone from Puget Sound to the Shumagin Islands. Victoria ; Sitka (187) ; Yakutat Bay ; Prince William Sound ; Kukak Bay ; Shumagin Islands. The plant reaches a much larger size on the Alaska coast than on the California and Washington coast. Specimens were seen measuring from 1 80 to 220 cm. in length and 50 cm. wide at the base. Eisenia arborea Aresch. A broken fragment of this plant was obtained at Wrangell and several specimens were obtained in Puget Sound.
Page 163 - I mm. high, 13-25 <t broad, irregularly branched and flexuously curved ; sheath yellowish brown ; internal tegument much darker ; main filament usually of one layer of cells ; the branches usually of two or more ; heterocysts abundant, yellowish, lateral or intercalary. Stigonema ocellatum (Dillw.) Thur. On rocks in a rapid stream emptying into Glacier Bay ; floating in a quiet freshwater pool, Prince William Sound (300, 302). The plant forms dark brown, loosely caespitose tufts 2-7 or 8 mm. high...
Page 161 - Chroococcus turgidus a slimy coating on a perpendicular cliff over which water was trickling. Juneau (75).
Page 162 - Oscillatoria amoena (Kuetz.) Gomont. The plant formed a soft, felt like, dark bluish-green mass 3-10 mm. thick, of indefinite extent, lining the bottom of the outlet of a hot spring. The water in the outlet where the plant was abundant ranged from 80° F. some distance from the spring to 120° F. near the spring. Near Sitka (158). Identified by Gomont. Phormidium autumnale (Ag.) Gomont. Forming a thin dark blue coating on small rocks in a rapid stream emptying into Kukak Bay (332). Identified by...
Page 162 - Scytonema varium Kuetz. On rocks moistened by spray from a waterfall near Juneau (76). Identified by Setchell. Scytonema myochrous (Dillw.) Ag. With Tolypothrix tenuis, forming small tufts on rocks in a brook emptying into Glacier Bay. Identified by Setchell. Scytonema mirabile Bornet. On moist ground near Glacier Bay, with Microcoleus vaginatus (104). On the perpendicular surface of a rock, with Vaucheria, moistened by dripping water, Kukak Bay (347). Scytonema figuratum Ag. In a freshwater stream...

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